CDOT Invites Public Input on East Arapahoe Project Through October 30

The CO 7 (Arapahoe Avenue) Corridor Segment A project is tackling transportation challenges in a critical commuter and business route between 28th Street and 63rd Street. This project aims to improve safety, enhance transit options, ease congestion, and connect the Northwest Region between Brighton and Boulder. 

This fall, CDOT is excited to share the progress we have made on the project and we want to check in with you to ensure we are on the right track. Watch the next online public meeting presentation video where you will be able to learn more and provide input through the community questionnaire on the existing conditions you’d like to see improved and the proposed improvements being considered. 

More about the Project

The CO 7 (Arapahoe Avenue) Corridor Segment A between 28th Street and 63rd Street is in the preliminary design study and environmental phase. The corridor is a critical commuter and business route (transit, biking, personal vehicle, goods movement) connecting the Northwest Region. The project area is commonly known as East Arapahoe, a six-lane road and one of the City of Boulder’s most heavily traveled commuter corridors. This project will provide a safe multimodal transportation system that supports the economy, enhances the environment, and improves the quality of life for both residents and visitors.

As part of the preliminary design phase, the project team will identify infrastructure costs that help us pursue funding to construct the improvements in the future.

Thank you for your participation!

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